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Aguilar de Campoo - Pisuerga river
Northern Spain

On the right bank of the river Pisuerga you can enjoy a nice walk and contemplate a beautiful view of Aguilar de Campoo with its houses overlook the Cascajera walk, the Castle and the Collegiate Church of San Miguel

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Tags: spain; palencia; aguilar de campoo; pisuerga river; landscape
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